First thing comes to mind; A TURNCOAT, and by definition, a person who shifts allegiance from one loyalty or ideal to another, betraying or deserting an original cause by switching to the opposing side or party. Turncoat can be translated to as Balimbing (maybe because this fruit has five faces) in tagalog. Politicians who do so, … Continue reading
by Artemio A. Dumlao Bangued, Abra – The citizens group Abra movement for Change (ABC) is calling on the political leaders and parties in Abra to put an end to the culture of violence and terror campaign tactics.
(UPDATED 01/27/2016)Watch video interviews from three candidates for the lone Abra Congressional seat. Different background and some differences in their ideas to properly represent Abrenians in the national level. You decide…(Credits to Personal FaceBook Page)
Philippine Daily Inquirer, By Vincent Cabreza Inquirer Northern Luzon With a report from Leoncio Balbin Jr., contributor BAGUIO CITY—A congressional candidate for the lone district of Abra province and his father are facing a complaint for murders that took place more than 10 years ago.
A four-cornered fight has developed for the lone Congressional Disctrict of Abra. This position is quite important as the representative will give voice to Abrenians and lobby for the province’s needs at the National Level. Here’s our four candidates:
By Artemio A. Dumlao BAGUIO CITY (October 9, 2013) – State prosecutors in La Union has dismissed murder raps filed by the National Bureau of Investigation-Cordillera against La Paz town mayor Joseph Sto Nino Bernos and his father, Danglas town vice mayor Andres Bernos.
(philstar.com) BAGUIO CITY, Philippines – Abra town executives led by League of Mayors’ President and re-elected La Paz town mayor Joseph Sto Nino Bernos downplayed reports that the province has become a “ghost town” after the May 13 polls.